Electric bikes are more and more mainstream, they aren’t for ‘cheaters’ but for those looking for something extra on their ride. We have written about a number of different e-bikes from the Reevo, Ducati’s e-scrambler and the Vanmoof.
Serial 1 is a new company that is building e-bikes but is powered by Harley Davidson. The Mosh model looks to be the coolest model and one that is built for fun as well as commuting. Serial 1 also has the Rush model in three iterations which is more of a commuter bicycle.
The Mosh features a 250W of power offering assistance up to 20mph. It is fitted with a 529Wh battery which offers a range of up to 105 miles. It is an all aluminium frame with integrated batteries in the lower frame, making it easy to remove for off-site charging.
The Mosh has four riding modes that vary from Eco to Boost mode but what is interesting is a separate ‘Walk Assist’ button that engages the motor to offer a low level of forward motion to help easily maneuver the bike at walking speeds, especially if there is ever a need to push it up a hill.
Pre-orders for these bikes are open, priced at €3,499, with deliveries due in Spring 2021 for people in the USA and Germany for now with more to countries to be announced.